10 Luxury Living Rooms Design In Various Styles For Impressive Home Living

Jacki Roig

Luxury Living Rooms

The idea of having luxury living rooms can be achieved with numerous styles and interior designs. At the same time, there are endless possibilities to create such a design suitable for ones’ preferences.

You might want to decorate the room full of luxurious modern furniture with black and white-colored design, or you prefer the warm mid-century design. All in all, your choice is very vast and variance.

As the place where the family, guests, and friends will gather, this location is considered as one of the home’s heart. Thus, here are some ideas for your design inspirations. 

[01/10] Elemental Twist

Mid 19th century vibe is one of the classic luxury living rooms you can get. Here, the use of a sculptural sofa makes the room appears unique yet impressive.

It also comes with punchy yellow furniture. You can see the little small elemental chairs and mirror completes the classic living

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24 Trendy Modern Farmhouse Exterior Styles

Jacki Roig

Last updated on May 29th, 2020

These days, it’s impossible to miss the modern farmhouse design, whether you’re online, watching TV, or exploring your town. Plenty of homeowners are wondering how to get the modern farmhouse look in their homes, and while the inside is undoubtedly important, the outside is just as crucial to ensuring your home achieves this style.

From Arizona to Virginia, there are so many variations on the farmhouse look. Explore 24 of our favorite modern farmhouse exteriors below, each showcasing a different take on this popular home aesthetic. 

 

1. Valen 

Arlington, TX

 

Community: Viridian

State: Texas

The Valen’s Key Design Features:

  • Horizontal siding, stucco, and cut stone combined with dark trim and cedar accents
  • Standing metal seam mixed with an asphalt shingle roof
  • Louver accents that add interest to the gables
  • Welcoming wrapped front porch

 

2. Triana

Single-story modern farmhouse design
Gilbert, AZ

 

Community: Legacy at Seville

State: Arizona

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The Most Popular Interior Design and Decorating Styles

Jacki Roig

We’re going to level with you, being a design enthusiast is hard stuff. Not only do you need keep up with the latest trends and have an encyclopedic knowledge of all the colors of the year, but you should also know the differences between all the biggest design styles.

Sounds easy, right? Well, not quite. Truth is, knowing every single nuance between two different styles is easier said than done. After all, who really knows the difference between Scandinavian and minimalism? Traditional and transitional? If we’re being totally honest, even we get confused every now and then. So, to help, we’re breaking down some of the biggest styles out there.

It’s worth mentioning that everyone’s definition might differ a little bit. After all, beauty is in the eye of the beholder. But we hope the explainers below will help you appreciate the nuances of interior design.

(Image credit: Sylvie Li)

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20 Beautiful Living Rooms with Mixed Design Styles

Jacki Roig

Mixing design styles throughout your whole home, or in just one room, can be a fun and interesting look for your home, but overdoing it, or overmixing designs can confuse anyone who walks into the room. You want a person to feel comfortable in the room, both physically and visually. When too much mixing happens in a room, it can be overwhelming, confusing, and come across as messy, as opposed to a cohesive look and feel. Many décor styles combine well together and can create a  beautiful look for your living room, from modern mixed with traditional, to rustic combine with shabby chic. The options are practically endless, so don’t be afraid to mix intermingle lighting, furniture, textures, and accent pieces, just learn how to before you start so that the end result is a beautifully and thoughtfully mix of both styles. Here are some tips for mixing décor styles

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Exterior Shutter Styles Shown on Different House Designs

Jacki Roig

When selecting exterior shutter styles, the architectural design of a home should dictate which configuration is best. In general, five exterior shutter styles need consideration: louvered shutters, raised or grooved panels, a combination of louvers and panels, board and batten, and bahama shutters.

Many American homes have borrowed aspects of multiple architectural styles to create original structures. The combination of designs allows the homeowner to select an exterior shutter style that best blends with the home’s framework and accounts for regional influences. Following is a review of the most common architectural home styles in America.

House Styles

Victorian architecture is often adorned with ornate, steep roof lines, bay windows, terraces, and porches. Narrow windows are accented with either functional louvered shutters or solid paneled shutters. Multiple variations to the true Victorian style emerged, including the Italianate, Gothic Revival, Queen Anne, Folk Victorian, Shingle, and Second Empire styles.

Both Colonial

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Decorating Styles- Discover Your Decorating Style

Jacki Roig

Do you have any idea about what decorating style you like?

Of all the things that we learn while going through so many years of school, what decorating style we’d like to see in our living room or what era of furniture would best complement the layout of our bedrooms usually isn’t one of them. Whether you’ve been to school for design or not, decorating is always a personal process. That doesn’t change whether you’re doing it for yourself, working with a designer, or designing for someone else. When it’s your home, everything hinges on what you like and in the end, only you can say whether the result is something that you’ll be happy living with. It’s always easy to tell whether or not you like something but sometimes it can be very difficult to say for sure what you like or why.

That’s one of the reasons why

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Exterior Home Design Styles | HomeExterior

Jacki Roig

Exterior Home Design Styles – If you are looking for exterior design for your home, you are in the right place, because the current my article will discuss about the most popular house exterior design.

Do you have difficulty in determining the exterior house design? If so, here are some exterior house style that is widely used by many people around the world.

Different Exterior Home Design Styles

1. Exterior Colonial Style Homes

Exterior Home Design Styles with Exterior Colonial Style Homes
Exterior Home Design Styles with Exterior Colonial Style Homes

This residential exterior design is considered one of the most popular in the history of the United States of America. Characteristics:

  • One or more dormers
  • Narrow clapboard siding (sometimes brick)
  • Decorative crown over front door supported by pilasters or columns
  • Massive chimney or chimneys
  • Usually two or three stories with high-pitched roof
  • Double-hung, multipane windows (usually in pairs) placed symmetrically on both sides of a central
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13+ Most Popular Bonus Room Ideas, Designs & Styles

Jacki Roig

Bonus Room Over Garage Ideas – Resident that own vacant rooms in their home could turn it into something brand-new and also amazing. Bonus room ideas for readily available area may vary from play room to house movie theater room. Below are some examples of bonus room ideas you may wish to attempt in the house.

The Play Room – Bonus Room

bonus room cabinet ideas
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Do you have children as well as empty room in your residence? Why don’t you turn it into the youngsters’ play room? Parents could place interactive as well as informative games and play with their kids. Enhancing the play room with bright colors as well as set up colorful furnishings will offer the sense of lively environment.

In the corner of the room, having a comfortable sofa seems like a good idea. If children get tired of playing, they can rest a little bit in the couch.

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Over 40 Unique Beaded Garland Styles for Decoration

Jacki Roig


Tiffany Crystal Clear Pearl Beaded Garland
$8.50 – details
This exquisite pearl bead garland is made of crystal clear pearls and beads. Stunning decoration strung around a candle.

crystal clear wire garland
Crystal Beaded Garland on Wire
$9 – details
6′ long crystal clear beaded strand garland in multi-sized beads strung on a thin bendable silver wire.

beaded strand white beads
White Veil Strung Beaded Garland
$11.25 – details
White Veil Beaded Garland is made of white beads with some clear beads. Beautiful bridal bouquet decoration wrapped around flowers.

pearl garland wedding white
Wedding White Pearl Garland Decor
$8.50 – details
Stunning beaded garland made of soft white faux pearls that you would swear that they were the real thing! Decorate by submerging in the water of table flower centerpiece.

pearl garland ivory pearls
Ivory Pearl Garland
$8.50 – details
Soft stunning ivory faux pearl beaded garland! Perfect for wedding decor and at 5 feet long it can be cut as needed.

bead garland iridescent ivory
Iridescent Ivory Strung Bead
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Interior Design History: Decorating Styles Through the AgesBuildDirect Blog: Life at Home

Jacki Roig

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For as long as humanity has been a species, we’ve decorated.

From the ancient cave-paintings of our hunter-gatherer ancestors, to the fluted columns of early Western civilization, to modernist architecture into the 20th century, and now to 21st Century eclecticism, we’ve taken pride in our homes and in our communities by celebrating the wonders of aesthetics and practical design.

Are there any common threads in the history of interior design and exterior design? What have the Ancient Egyptians got in common with the Art Deco cities of the 1920s jazz age? And what design elements are we utilizing today in the bright and shining 21st Century that echo our illustrious interior design and architectural past?

Well, I hope that this brief history of design will shed some light on where we’ve come from, and where we’re going.

Take a look!

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So, what are

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